There comes a time in every young man’s life where he must make a choice in high school. He must choose if he wants a school ring or finish the year with no bling. He must choose if he wants to continute his eduation at an institution of higher learning or purse other career opportunities. He must choose if he wants to parade through the promenade or pump his brakes foregoing the formality.
Justen, son of one of my closest friends (Dr. Jacquetta M. Chatman), made the decision to get formally dressed and attend the promenade (aka PROM) for his high school, Dutch Fork High School. Once the decision was made to attend, he had three items of contemplation that he had to nail down: (1) who would be his prom date, (2) what would he wear and (3) where would he took pictures. Insert MoSeawell & question number 3 was answered. After a consultation over pancakes, we concluded that the stage was set and we should proceed forth with PROM DAY 2018. Here is an image of the Prom Dude …
Although he was stunning in his Verse 9 bowtie & pocket square combination, the Diesel time piece was an excellent complimenting accessory. Entering from stage right, he had on his arm the lovely Maya. Maya commanded attention from the camera with her rose gold fashion display
Justen’s long time friend, Blake, stopped by with his date for a few shots. Feast your eyes on the FABULOUS FOUR …
And there you have it. Justen on his way to his senior prom. Special moment and wonderful choice. Here is a link to the images from that day: Justen’s Senior Prom . Life presents opportunities that we should experience for ourselves, instead of hearing what others may say. I read a quote once that summarized my thoughts to my clients for the day, “The purpose of life is live it to taste experience to the utmost to reach out eagerly and without fear for never and richer experiences.” Amen!
how did THAT work out for you?!?
Wow! The busyness of last week reminded me of the pre-parent days. My trigger finger was very active and I loved every moment of it.
The weekend started with a slow 75 run in preparation of an upcoming road race. Following that great display of style and grace, I was off to my sessions. Those sessions include time with a family, a senior with their cap & gown, and a local chapter of a sorority. All times with my clients were great moments that I am excited to share with you. In order for that to happen, I will need for you to come back. Come back soon and very soon. Snap at you later. BE EZ. PEACE!!! #moseawell #beEZpeace